Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Exhibition

PARLIAMENT OF NSW ABORIGINAL ART PRIZE 2014

6 November - 6 December 2014

The Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize is an annual acquisitive awarded to an Aboriginal visual artist over the age of 18, born in New South Wales or belonging to a New South Wales language group.  The exhibition showcases the extraordinary achievements of the artists, reflecting contemporary practice as well as traditional forms of storytelling.  The prize celebrates and recognises the high standard of art produced by Aboriginal artists within NSW.

Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2014 is a Campbelltown Arts Centre travelling exhibition

Image:  Nicole Foreshew, It comes without seeking 1 (detail), 2014, 151 x 112 cm digital print on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper.  Courtesy the artist.  Winner Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2014.

 

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Nicole Foreshew, It comes without seeking 1 (detail), 2014, 151 x 112 cm, digital print on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper.  Courtesy the artist.  Winner Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2014.

 

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